The test consists of an article, with questions based on the article! Not too hard or anything, just try to keep 10 minutes for reading and 20 minutes for answering the questions! Total 30 minutes. Don't worry if you can't finish it either, they would probably look at the quality of your answers rather than quantity.
As for the interview, it's quite chill. The professor didn't really look at my written test (could have done so after my interview), but I was told before the interview started that i would first be asked about the article then go into answering brief interview questions!
For the interview, I was asked if I agreed with the writer of the article, then the other questions were like why I chose philosophy, any philosophers I knew of, and what my hobbies/ccas were!
Don't worry too much and just go there and be yourself! (Aha I was really quite nervous but the prof was so so nice)
All the best!!! if you have anymore questions just ask me!
Thanks for this! May I know what the article was roughly about? Was it like a philosophy passage?
Hope I will get a nice professor as well!!